The Palmer House built in 1910 and architecturally designed by John Calvin Stevens. He did two fireplace walls in 1914. A handsome bungalow style home offering first floor living. The architecture is absolutely stunning as are the leaded windows in some of the rooms. Hardwood floors THROUGHOUT, two working fireplaces, a grand entrance hall with large living room off of that and a formal dining room on the other side. Newly remodeled kitchen and library lined with bookcases. On the rear of the first floor are two bedrooms, an office and a bath. Upstairs via a grand staircase are two more large bedrooms, a bath and a huge space that is undeveloped. A delightful sunporch and deck with awnings complete this offering. Three blocks to downtown. and located in Bath's wonderful Historic District.
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